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If you’re looking for ways to celebrate Black History Month, shopping Black-owned businesses is one of many. Spending your hard-earned dollars at these independent brands is not only an awesome way to support Black CEOs, it’s as easy as checking out on Amazon. The online mega-retailer boasts several incredible, fashion-centric companies founded by passionate Black entrepreneurs, ranging from high-end lines approved by the likes of Beyoncé and Rihanna, to casual graphic tees that anyone can rock.

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Below, we’re shining the spotlight on 9 popular Black-owned fashion brands that you can scoop up from Amazon today.

1. Cloth & Cord

Add Pan-African flare to your wardrobe with statement necklaces from Cloth & Cord.

Founded in 2015 by designer Ellana Kone’, Cloth & Cord sells jewelry, apparel, and accessories that the brand terms “wearable art.” From knotted headbands to some of the most dynamic statement necklaces we’ve seen in years, Cloth & Cord is leading the charge in producing jewelry that celebrates the diversity, brilliance, and beauty of the pan-African diaspora. It’s hard to pick just one of their creations, but if we had to choose, it would either be the Queen Africa Print Bib Necklace or the African Maroon, Brown Wood Bead and kobo bead Necklace. The necklaces make clever use of wood beads and Ankara-print textiles without sacrificing style.

2. Grace Eleyae

Grace Eleyae's headwear is lined in satin to protect and nourish your hair.

Grace Eleyae experienced the negative effects of chemical straightening firsthand, and established her eponymous brand of headcovers designed to enhance hair growth, hydration, and style. Grace Eleyae carries satin-lined beanies, baseball caps, turbans, and more—ready for all of your protective styles.

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From Plazacore to Baddie, Here Are 9 TikTok Fashion Trends You Need to Know This Fall

The past few years have been weird for fashion. When the pandemic first hit, we abandoned all sartorial norms in favor of 24/7 sweats, tie-dye everything and no pants. Then, once vaccines became more widely available, we swung hard in the opposite direction with revenge dressing, sporting all the suiting, sequins and stand-out colors we could find. Now we seem to be having some trouble finding a common ground with new trends, or “cores” as TikTok prefers to dub them, cropping up every other week. They oscillate wildly between comfy basics (like ‘90s minimalism) and highly specific aesthetics (like Horse Girl Equestrian), and social media has a catchy name for all of them. It’s a lot to keep track of, but don’t worry, we’ve pinned down the nine most popular styles you need to know for fall 2022, with all the deets on what they mean and how to wear them.

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Hot pink has been the top color trend of the past few years, but has since become a whole movement unto itself thanks in large part to Gerta Gerwig’s new Barbie movie. A push for maximalist fashion and a return to nostalgia also helped put this flashy aesthetic on the map, as did Pierpaolo Piccioli’s decision to create and almost entirely monochromatic vivid fuchsia collection for Valentino’s Fall 2022 ready-to-wear runway show. The best thing about Barbiecore is that it really just comes down to color. So long as the pieces you’re wearing are a brilliant shade of hot pink, the silhouette or style doesn’t much matter—platform heels and bodycon minidresses are just as trendy as wide-leg silk pants and oversize button-up shirts. The world is your Barbie-tinted oyster.

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